Ben Affleck Explains Why He Only Wanted Deathstroke in Batman, Not Classic DC Villain

Ben Affleck's solo Batman film will always be considered one of the finest "What If?" scenarios of the DC Cinematic Universe. The.  

Justice League end-credits scene, in which Jesse Eisenberg's Lex Luthor meets Joe Manganiello's Deathstroke and learns crucial. 

Information about Batman's secret identity, would have been resolved in this movie had it debuted later in the DC timeline. The. 

Caped Crusader played by Affleck would have faced Slade Wilson, one of DC's deadliest supervillains, in the film. But why did the. 

Director of the Air wish to play against just one opponent? Recently, Zack Snyder screened his four-hour Snyder Cut of.

Justice League, which was followed by a Q&A with Ben Affleck. Affleck also outlined why he chose to focus his tale on one. 

Antagonist rather than any kind of wicked team up when he discussed why he gave up on directing the solo Batman movie. For instance.

Previous Batman films had featured threats from The Joker (Heath Ledger) and Two-Face (Aaron Eckhart), but Affleck informed the assembled audience.